Apartheid exhibit features new additions

WCU’s Mountain Heritage Center held a reception on March 16 to showcase their exhibit, ‘From Apartheid to Democracy’. The reception included South African food and music, as well as several new additions that have been made to the exhibit since it opened on Feb. 1. Some of the foods included in the reception were peri […]

First DigiX event finds success, gains traction for future

Students at Western Carolina University tend to forget the technology that surrounds them, especially in an area like Cullowhee.  What new products have spurred out of an innovative idea?  To answer that question, digital support specialist Jason Melvin with Coulter Faculty Commons brought the technology landscape to the university with the first annual DigiX. The […]

Metamorphosis, a student art show

The old wooden stairs of Terri Clark Photography lead up to the first piece in the art show, a painting called “Pixel” by Ian Ward, as the path of metamorphosis begins. The student-run art show “Metamorphosis” opened Friday, Nov. 2 in Terri Clark Photography’s studio space on Main Street in downtown Sylva. The exhibition featured […]

Review of “Since Midnight” art exhibit

“Since Midnight” is a collection of art by visiting artist Carrie Ann Baade in the Bardo Fine Arts Gallery. There are quite a few paintings in this exhibition. They were all so different, and frankly, walking in to the room was overwhelming. It is hard to know which work to look at first. One gets […]

Horace Kephart exhibit at WCU

The Mountain Heritage Center has a new exhibit titled, “Horace Kephart in the Great Smoky Mountains”. Horace Kephart was an author and avid outdoorsman, with ties to the local area, taking up residence in both Dillsboro and Bryson City, N.C.  He is most known for his book “Our Southern Highlanders,” published in 1913 which depicted […]